CSC connects the dots in the life sciences value chain. (PDF)
A Transformative Path Forward for Life Sciences
CSC provides unique best-in-class technology, consulting services, and insights for life sciences companies worldwide.
H.D. Smith CIO Davíd Guzmán makes IT more efficient then makes it a source of revenue.
Joel Finkle's blog on the progress of IDMP.
Explore an interactive environment of next-gen IT
Intelligent RIMAchieving Business Value Beyond Compliance
RIM starts with regulatory systems, and until recently, the solutions had been fairly narrowly focused. life sciences organizations are believe RIM should have a broader role. A RIM well done with a holistic approach has the potential to integrate all the systems and processes that exist in an enterprise and bridge traditional departmental silos.
Rely on our deep domain expertise and knowledge of both the technology and processes required for strong RIM solutions.
Read Nicole Gillen's blog on RIM.
Why a strategic approach to Regulatory Information Management delivers returns for the whole enterprise.
R&D OptimizationEnhancing R&D Productivity
Lead enablement of R&D collaboration platforms and predictive insights for achieving personalized medicine breakthroughs and optimizing clinical development. Deploy a secure R&D application infrastructure with the appropriate utilization elasticity; rules-based access; and information insights enabled by advanced cloud computing and orchestration, cybersecurity, and big data and analytics platforms.
Learn more about CSC's R&D Optimization Services and see how you can leverage our expertise to streamline operations.
R&D is about the science and about bringing life-changing, and very often life-saving, drugs to market, but the day-to-day pressures of the business can obscure the real purpose.
When it comes to cost containment and being innovative while maximizing business value, IT is a vital lever for life sciences organizations.
Next Generation Supply ChainDriving Supply Chain Flexibility and Responsiveness
The next-generation supply chain will go a long way toward controlling inventory, improving work processes, adapting to shifts in the provision of care models and protecting brands.
For life sciences organizations, delivering products to customers in a timely and accurate manner is a must. They need a supply chain that transitions from a stock-based model to an order-based model that is more flexible, more reliable, more responsive, more transparent and more secure.
Faced with unpredictable demand, a globally-dependent and driven life sciences supply chain, and a highly regulated process, how can manufacturers improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations?
Pharma packaging plants collect huge amounts of data, but leave a higher level of value untapped.
Achieve orchestrated traceability across your supply chain for compliance and efficiency.
Read Rick Ruiz's blog about the changes in life sciences supply chain.
Commercial DigitizationAccelerating Business Through New Engagement Models
Life sciences organizations should fully engage with customers and integrate new technologies into a digital ecosystem. Each digital ecosystem will be unique for each customer. In all cases, life sciences organizations must establish relationships with the right customer partners to implement a strategy that meets the needs of customers and patients.
Life sciences companies need to provide solutions tailored and priced for each customer and gain value through improved operational efficiencies.
New models can improve patient outcomes and integrate care pathways across system boundaries.
Today’s workplace is at an inflection point: Workers have more choice, power and capabilities than ever before.